Sunrise Eye Trend: Orange, Peach and Mango Shadows Take Over Hollywood

What better pick-me-up for your summertime makeup than with an eyeshadow that actually resembles a sunrise? The sunrise eye trend was introduced to us in Spring where models in Louis Vuitton and Dior were on fire with blazing orange, peach and yellow shades of the sun. Now sunrise eye shadow has been brightening the eyes of celebs  all over Hollywood.  Rihanna, Blake Lively and Emmy Rossum, have been spotted embracing the rays and rocking different variations of the sunkissed trend.

Rocking the look with heavy eyeliner and mascara give the look a bit of attitude like Rihanna.

Paring a light orange hue on the lids like Blake Lively and adding bronzer to the cheeks gives the feel of a beachy vibe.

Putting the orange tint front and center like Emmy Rossum with her orange shadow on the upper and lower is reminiscent of the sun reflecting water.

Any way you choose to wear the sunrise eye look, it’s guaranteed to be hot, hot, hot.

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Our hypoallergenic sprays are applied in a micro fine mist over makeup or directly on your makeup brush or sponge. 9 out of 10 women agree that Skindinavia holds makeup perfectly for 16 hours.

Skindinavia makeup finishing spray was first used on movie sets to hold makeup under hot lights, to minimize the need for touchups and control excess shine. And, the sprays are still used on celebs and even on broadway stages. This great year-round mist keeps makeup from melting in the summer and drying out in winter.